Air France will increase in long-haul capacity this summer
Friday 28, January 2011
This summer, Air France will continue to develop its flight network to emerging markets and markets offering strong tourist potential. This rise in long-haul capacity will be supported by the launch of two new destinations served by Airbus A380.
Between 2011 and 2013, Air France’s long-haul flight capacity will be up by +6%.
5 new destinations
Starting in June, flights will operate to:
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With these new destinations, the A380 super jumbos will be progressively equipped with Premium Voyageur seats, located between the Business and Voyageur cabin classes, comprising 9 seats in La Première, 80 seats in Business, 38 seats in Premium Voyageur and 389 seats in Voyageur.
In June 2011, Air France will operate the A380 to 5 destinations out of Paris-Charles de Gaulle: New York-JFK, Johannesburg, Tokyo, Montreal and Washington.
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